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Ingold elected to Humane Society board

Burch & Cracchiolo partner Susanne E. “Susie” Ingold has been elected to the board of directors of The Arizona Humane Society. She has been committed to AHS since 2005 and been a member of the “Compassion with Fashion” annual fundraising luncheon committee since 2010.

Ingold has practiced at Burch & Cracchiolo for fifteen years concentrating her practice in labor and employment, commercial and general liability litigation and construction.  She also serves as co-chair of the firm’s Construction Defect and General Liability section.

Ingold received her J.D. from the University of Arizona and her B.A. with honors from Stephens College in Columbia, Missouri.  Ingold also currently serves on the University of Arizona Law College Association board of directors. Recently, she was a member of Valley Leadership’s Class XXXIV which concluded in June 2013.

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Boys Hope Girls Hope Elects New Board Members

John Eldean, Senior Vice President of Commercial Real Estate at Alliance Bank of Arizona, Sentari Minor, Arizona Humane Society Development Officer, and Paul Mulligan, CEO of Catholic Education Arizona, have been elected to three-year terms on the Boys Hope Girls Hope Board of Directors.

Boys Hope Girls Hope helps academically capable and motivated children-in-need to meet their full potential by providing value-centered, family-like homes, opportunities and education through college.  Since 1991, 100 percent of Boys Hope Girls Hope graduates have gone on to post-secondary education and have maintained a college-retention rate between 89 and 94 percent.  The national average is 66 percent.

Eldean has ten years experience in commercial real estate banking with Alliance Bank and JP Morgan Chase. He also served a two-year term on the Kingman City Council, a community where he also coached youth hockey and soccer teams.

Sentari oversees fund development initiatives and programs at the Arizona Humane Society.  Previously, he was a program specialist at the Rodel Foundation of Arizona.  He currently serves on the boards of Social Venture Partners, the Welcome to America Project, Phoenix Collegiate Academy, Young Nonprofit Professionals Network and handles communications and marketing for Seattle-based nonprofit Community Arts Create.

Mulligan, a Phoenix native and Brophy Prep alum, earned a Master’s in Theological Studies from John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family in Washington, D.C.  Since 2007, he has directed Catholic Education Arizona, the state’s largest school tuition organization.  Since its inception, Catholic Education Arizona has provided more than $110 million in needs-based funding to low-income families at 40 Diocese of Phoenix Catholic schools and to Boys Hope Girls Hope scholars.

For more information about Boys Hope Girls Hope, visit www.bhghaz.org.

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Phoenix Attorney Appointed to AZ Humane Society Board

The law firm of Morris, Hall & Kinghorn, P.L.L.C (MHK) announced that partner Ronald G. Wilson has been appointed to the Arizona Humane Society’s Board of Directors.

Wilson has dedicated much of his time to serving and participating on various boards in the past.   When asked about this new appointment, Wilson stated “I look forward to working with the Humane Society and their endeavors to help all homeless animals. It is an honor to be appointed and to have the opportunity to work with a caring staff and board members.”   Previously he has served as president for the Phoenix Art Museum Men’s art council, the Greater Southwest Chapter of the Arthritis Foundation and the Terrance retirement community just to name a few

Since 1957, the Arizona Humane Society has been committed to helping all animals and believes that every pet deserves a good life. They have grown to become the largest animal welfare and protection agency in Arizona.

Wilson has been a partner with Morris, Hall and Kinghorn since 2006 and focuses only on estate planning.  He has worldwide experience and education in estate planning and trust law, and is an Accredited Estate Planner from the National Association of Estate Planners and Councils.

MHK devotes its practice to estate planning matters and has helped thousands of families and individuals to meet their long-term estate planning and financial goals. The firm is a premier member of the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys (AAEPA).

RED Awards 2011

Brokerage Individual of the Year for Sales 2011

Eric J. Wichterman

Eric Wichterman, Cassidy TurleyCassidy Turley BRE Commercial

Sales details:

17 sales transactions

$61M in value

In 2010, Wichterman, an executive vice president, outpaced all competitive commercial brokerage individuals and teams in selling the most lender-owned property for the largest collection of lender/REO clients. His clients included most major special servicers and large banks such as Wells Fargo and Bank of America. Wichterman’s largest single transaction closed in 2010 was a Class A office/showroom, 177,173 SF at N. Pima Rd., in Scottsdale, for $16.25M all cash. Outside the office he works with the Arizona Humane Society, the American Cancer Society and the Phoenix Art Museum.

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HR Awards 2010

2010 Human Resources Awards – Honorees and Finalists

2010 has been a tough year, especially for those in human resources who have the difficult task of dealing with the unpleasant consequences of a down economy. It’s time to show recognition to the hard-working HR professionals for all that they do for Arizona’s businesses.

The following are the honorees and finalists for the 2010 HR Awards:

HR Director of the Year

Honoree:
Maureen Sterbach Maureen SterbachVice President of Human Resources
St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center
When Maureen Sterbach joined St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center in 1998, the hospital turnover rate was 24 percent and morale was predictably low. Flash forward 12 years and the picture couldn’t be any more different. The hospital turnover rate is now 10 percent and growth has doubled to more than 5,000 employees.
Finalist:
Teresa Buelow Teresa BuelowVice President of Human Resources
Lapre Scali & Co. Insurance Services

HR Industry Leader of the Year

Honoree:
Cindy Jones Cindy JonesVice President of the Human Resources Division
Synergy Seven
This past year, Synergy Seven has guided companies through the difficult decision of downsizing. Cindy Jones’ veteran human resources skills came in handy during these precarious situations. The company’s main role is to provide support during restructuring, downsizing and reinventing, resulting in a successful transition.
Finalist:
Christine Nichols Christine NicholsHuman Resource Manager
Human Capital Strategies

HR Team of the Year

Honoree:
Direct Alliance HR Team Direct Alliancewww.directalliance.com
Employees in HR Dept.: 12
At Direct Alliance, there is no doubt as to what the outsourcing provider’s most valuable asset is — its work force. Direct Alliance’s “human capital” initiatives produce and retain the most innovative work force possible. The team filled more than 1,400 professional sales positions in 2010, doubling 2009′s number.
Finalists:
HR Team Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Authority Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport AuthorityEmployees in HR Dept.: 4
HR Team City of Scottsdale City of ScottsdaleEmployees in HR Dept.: 29
HR Team Kitchell KitchellEmployees in HR Dept.: 7